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You may have heard that heart attack symptoms can be different for a woman than for a man. But did you know that the same holds true for stroke?
Studies show that stroke rehabilitation helps in even the most severe instances. Here are the the newest evidence-based recommendations.
There’s no denying it—Americans consume twice the recommended amount of sodium they need every day.
Small lifestyle choices can keep your heart beating strong, and it doesn’t take a strict diet or grueling workouts.
Updated guidelines reinforce why it’s so important to do these six things.
Certain foods may have the ability to actually lower your numbers.
While sex before a heart condition might have been easy, things change after any coronary diagnosis or event. Here’s what you need to know.
Although some alcohol consumption may help protect against heart disease, heavy alcohol intake increases the risk of atrial fibrillation in men.
High blood pressure and certain medications used to treat it can cause sexual dysfunction in men and women. Fortunately, there are steps you can take to continue to have a satisfying sex life.
Most people with stable coronary heart disease can enjoy a healthy sex life. And if you’re unsatisfied with yours, there are ways to address the problem.